Skip to main content

Bruins sign former first-round draft pick Mark Stuart to one-year deal

BOSTON - The Boston Bruins have re-signed defenceman Mark Stuart to a US$1.675-million, one-year contract.

Stuart had two goals and five assists in 56 games for the Bruins last year before being sidelined by a broken left pinky finger that later became infected.

He had career highs of five goals and 12 assists in the previous season when he played in all 82 regular-season games.

The 26-year-old Stuart was the team's first-round draft pick, 21st overall, in the 2003 draft.

TOP HEADLINES

Juraj Slafkovsky

Prospect Pool Overview: Montreal Canadiens

From making the Stanley Cup final to snagging the first overall pick, the Montreal Canadiens have had a riveting last year and a half. Tony Ferrari looks at the team's prospect pool and who you need to get excited about.

USATSI_15981809

Jets Sign Appleton to Three-Year Extension, Avoid Arbitration

The Winnipeg Jets and forward Mason Appleton have avoided arbitration, agreeing to terms on a three-year contract extension.

Hockey Canada

Guest Opinion: Hockey Canada Brass Must Step Down

An open letter from the former commissioner of the CWHL takes aim at those in power and details how women have been doubly impacted by the scandal.